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January 17, 2011 @ 11:50 am
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Bucs Miss Out On Signing Dunbar To Coach DL

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Well, it looks as though the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are still looking for someone to coach the defensive line.

Last week the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported that the Bucs had offered Vikings defensive line coach Karl Dunbar the same position in Tampa Bay. Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier has come out and said that Dunbar is not going anyways and that he will remain on Minnesota’s staff.

This leaves the Bucs searching for someone to take the coaching position. It has already been said that the Bucs will not re-sign Todd Wash, who coach the defensive line for the past three seasons.

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    My guess is that the Bucs wait until the Senior Bowl.
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    Don't need someone who doesn't want to be here. We'll find one,it's early and with all the lockout talks etc. I don't see it being a problem until things are settled anyway. One the labor agreement is reached though we need to be ready. Go Bucs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    tom cable?
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    warren sapp
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    Dunbar's contract was up, so the Vikings had no say in whether or not he was allowed to come to Tampa. He chose to stay in Min. No word on if he's getting a pay raise with his new contract, or a different position.
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    Walsh was offered a contract and declined. Obviously the Vikings said no because it was not a promotion for Dunbar. Look at a Jet, Raven, Steeler asst. line coach and make them an offer.
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    so whos available? any canidates?
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